Turns out the famous "Anti-hate" group, the Southern Poverty Law Center, exhibits many characteristics of an actual hate group... Raise your hand if you already called it!
Watch PragerU.com's Karl Zinsmeister break it down:
REMNANT COMMENT: Radical liberals really are pretty sluggish folks. One dimensional as the day is long, they tend to be about as subtle as a space shuttle as they beat their dead horses into pulp. After a while, people get wise to their shtick.
This certainly applies to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which lately has started to take on all the gravitas of the funny papers. In fact, those who still take the SPLC seriously seem to hail from one of two camps: 1) Radical ideologues in the mainstream media, posing as objective journalists, and 2) folks who haven't cracked a non-fiction book since high school. The rest of the world is laughing at this goofy guy who's the only one in the room who thinks his toupee is at all convincing.
I felt so embarrassed for the SPLC after watching the above video that I decided to go out and find an actual hater for the SPLC to use to scare the social security checks out of little old ladies. He's evidently living up in the mountains somewhere, cold and isolated. He's a loner, who by all accounts is downright extremist in his anti-socialism. He's also a racist who doesn't get along well with his neighbors. Simply put, he's a big time hater:
Go get him, SPLC—and let’s be careful out there.
The Lutheran Bishop-to-be, Rev. Katherine Finegan, made fancy invites for her "festive installation service", which will be held at St. Peter's Catholic Cathedral in Michigan... What's wrong with this picture?
REMNANT COMMENT: This event is also announced in the "Tidings of Peace" October 2017 newsletter, in which something called "Pastor Andrea Fluegel" rather breathlessly reveals that Martin Lurther just barely "survived" being burnt at the stake by the Catholic Church, thank God, and then went on to save the world or some such nonsense. (It's a fun read, Pastor Andrea. Feel free to use our cathedral, and then maybe call us when the shuttle lands.)
In the meantime, hey, whom are we to judge first--the apparent apostates running the show over at St. Peter's Cathedral in Marquette, or the man who's giving this kind of thing the great, big green light?
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